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Mar 24, 2013 8:00pm EDT
could adopt. can adopt it.ple i am saying it rather strongly. this is a defensible position, but for me, it was kind of a cop out. and what i began to realize is that their arguments, and they have been put forward by people down through the centuries that might lead you to the conclusion that belief is more rational than disbelief. therefore, over a couple of years of wrestling with this and beginning to recognize that the world religions have a lot in common, but there is something very special about christianity and the person of christ, and that is an extremely well documented -- i became somewhat against my own best interests as a scientist a believer. >> have you ever doubted that since? >> oh, sure. every believer have to have doubts. it is an element of belief, doubt, but doubt is a good thing because it lets you know what .ou need to dig deeper into >> what impact has it had on you as a scientist in that scientific community that views outwardly acknowledge yourself -- that you outwardly acknowledge yourself to be in? >> a god to whom one may pray. that is not hypothetical. per
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